Churgin, Pinkhos M.
- (1894-1957)Scholar of Belorussian origin. He emigrated to Palestine in 1907 and later settled in the US. He was professor of Jewish history and literature at Yeshiva University and dean of its teachers' institute. In 1955 he emigrated to Israel and published studies of the Targumim and the history of the Second Temple period.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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CHURGIN, PINKHOS — (1894–1957), educator, scholar, religious Zionist leader, and founder of bar ilan university . Churgin, who was born in Pohost, Belorussia, immigrated to Palestine with his parents in 1907 and settled in Jerusalem. In 1910 he was sent to study at … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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GELLMAN, LEON — (1887–1973), U.S. Zionist journalist and leader. Gellman, who was born in Yampol, Russia, immigrated to the U.S. at the age of 23. He settled in St. Louis where he worked as a principal of various Hebrew schools (1911–17), and later as editor… … Encyclopedia of Judaism